Tag Archives: Joe Wright

Finding Elizabeth Bennet in Film

Emphasis on Elizabeth Bennet… In a previous post, we discussed how Andrew Davies “created” the image of a very masculine and virile Darcy by adding scenes to the 1995 Pride and Prejudice adaptation. Some of us probably participated in “Darcy Loving Parties” at … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice 2005 and Voyeurism

This is a film where the spectator enjoys a lesson in Voyeurism 101. We follow the story as we view the characters through windows, eavesdrop on them through doors, read over their shoulders, stand behind them while they are conversing, … Continue reading

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“Mirror, Mirror” – Use of Filmic Devices to Tell a Story

“Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall” (Previously Posted on PrideandPrejudice05 Blog) Often in the visual representations of Jane Austen’s works, the media employs props or artifacts as visual cues to Austen’s themes of flawed impressions, misconceptions, and false interpretations. For example … Continue reading

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